dropping down of the rectum outside the anus.
Protrusion of the rectum through the anal canal, including the lining (mucosa) and muscles of the rectum. Mucosal prolapse is only the lining. Internal rectal prolapse occurs when the rectum telescopes upon itself but does not protrude out of the anus.
Extrusion of the rectal mucosa through the anus, may occur in children with heavy Trichuris trichiura infections; usually no sequelae after therapy.
condition whereby the rectum falls out of position, or turns inside out.
laxity of the wall or muscle of the rectum so that it comes down through the anus.
A bulging of the lining of the rectum through the anus, usually due to straining during a bowel movement.
A condition in which the rectum slips out of its normal position within the body through the anus. It may be put back in place (reduced) by insertion of the finger. If this is not possible, surgery may be required. A potential complication of this condition is intestinal ischemia (lack of blood flow to the colon).
condition in which the rectum slips so that it protrudes from the anus.
Inversion of the anus in pigs because of an inherited weakness in the tissues supporting the anus. This trait is normally recessive, and it must be carried by both parents in order to appear in the offspring.
A portion of the rectum protrudes past the anus.
The inside lining of the rectum â€“ pink moist tissue â€“ becomes visible on the outside, due to loss of muscle tone around the rectum and anus.
a condition in which the end part of the bowels comes out of the anus.
the falling down or slipping of a the rectum (the terminal part of the intestine) from its usual position
Rectal prolapse normally describes a medical condition wherein the walls of the rectum protrude through the anus and hence become visible outside the body.